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India's Largest Pooja Accessories Brand


Our approach to business has contributed to our evolution over the last decade from a small business to a prominent global brand in the sector we serve. This didn't happen overnight, and it didn't happen without an unwavering commitment to our mission assisting our customers in bringing their products to market more quickly at budget price.
No matter the quantity or value of the purchase, we strive to offer our customers high-quality, differentiated products and unbeatable customer services to meet their expectations.

One-Stop Solution:  SATVIK is an one-stop solution for all your online puja samagri needs in India. You may easily get puja samagri supplies online from our wide range of items to fulfil all of your ritual demands. The vision of SATVIK is to offer every product that is required for puja on a single platform. We help you shop online for items for Indian puja.

Experience & Expertise: SATVIK currently employs more than 60 devoted and experienced team members and has more than 550 associated highly skilled rural artisans. Our team continually works to launch fresh, cutting-edge product lines and keep delivering the highest-calibre goods to our customers along with custmer satisfaction and after sales service. With a corporate office in Delhi, 4 warehouses in India and 3 fulfilment centres in United States, UK, and Australia, we can serve customers anywhere in the world.

Unparalleled Customer Service: We make every effort to provide our customers with great products and services, and we work just as hard to make sure they are getting the right products that fit their needsAt Satvik our customers are our #1 priority, and we are confident that they will love our products, but in the event that they don't, we want to make sure that they are 100% satisfied with our customer service. We always try to resolve the issues within 48 hours.

Best in Class Products: We believe that product quality is more important than making a product. When introducing new products, Satvik is noted for doing so while keeping in mind their longevity and user-friendliness. Our goal is to provide our customers with the highest-quality goods that are not only designed, sourced, and manufactured ethically but that are also reasonably priced in order to fulfill this vision.

Fast Delivery: At Satvik, we offer superfast next-day delivery to all major cities in India and 2-day delivery to approximately all pin codes. For international orders, we deliver orders in 5-7 days globally with DHL Express service.

Largest Product Range: We offer a largest product range more than 10000 SKUs to choose from, including decorative pooja thalis, dhoop, hawan samagri, and god's idols. The idols and thalis display the exquisite Indian craftsmanship. If you need a puja mandir for your home or office, don't be concerned .At SATVIK, we have a wide and beautiful collection of wooden and brass temples, as well as other pooja items. We also provide thoughtful return gift items that combine classic charm with modern design. Pick from a selection of beautiful Urlis, charming lanterns, wall hangings, showpieces, and candles. Furthermore, folks looking to purchase feng shui items don't need to seek any farther. You may browse our extensive selection and discover laughing Buddha figurines, tortoise sculptures, coin trees, owl figurines, and more with just a few clicks. Even your Christmas and Christmas tree decorations are available here, so you can start feeling merry right away! Therefore, while relaxing on your couch, get havan samagri dhoop from an online puja store to gratify your spiritual needs.

It brings eternal happiness and calm to worship your deity using authentic puja materials. Chanting the name of your beloved deity is the main path to spirituality. Hindu culture is essentially built on pooja, and during the year we regularly remember the pooja of several gods and goddesses. It is the only way to connect with your inner self and interact with god and gurus. It necessitates the use of numerous materials. The mind is decorated with pure thoughts through various spiritual and religious ornaments. Explore our wide range of necessary pooja items, including bells, candles, garlands, mukut, sculptures, puja thalis, chandan, haldi, and kumkum.
Among other religious or puja objects, Shankh, Kodi, Rudrakshas, Panchpatra, Saligrama, dry fruits as prasadam and flowers can help you in your rituals. Akshat, which are unbroken rice grains, are sacrificed to God in order to get wealth and happiness. They are offered to the gods when they are chanted. Bhasma or vibhuthi protects the user from disease and evil while purifying them.
It is easier to cultivate an atmosphere for the spiritual powers that reside inside us and all around us when purchasing incense sticks online, or puja samagri. Incense cones and agarbatti have been used for centuries to improve moods. Dhoop,Ghee Diya wicks, and Tibetan butter lamps release lovely aromas that calm the mind, enliven the surroundings, and boost the mood. Indians have a strong faith in tradition and religion. In the hopes that they will bring us happiness and wealth, we worship a number of deities.

Return Gifts: Return gifts are a way for us to show our guests how much we love and appreciate them for being a part of our special day. On birthdays, anniversaries, or other festive events, everyone enjoys being catered to, pampered, and made to feel special. Online gift delivery to relatives in India or other countries will give the gift-giving process a more personal touch. In order to send gifts ordered online in a timely manner, SATVIK understands the value of each moment in your life and creates the greatest traditional gifts for Indian festivals, parent anniversary gifts, mother's birthday gifts, Housewarming gifts, Diwali Gifts and much more.

Home Decor: Do you believe the appeal of your home has diminished? Redefine the style of your interior space with our cultural, spiritual, traditional, stunning, rustic, vintage, and yet modern assortment of carefully selected home decor items. Whether it's magnificent Bandhanwars, Urli, Himalayan salt lamps, tableware, or even a Buddha water fountain, every decorative piece blends with the beauty of your living space and exudes a whimsical ambiance. By mixing these objects with flowers in a variety of vibrant colours, you can give the house an ethereal appeal. You can do the interior of the house yourself.

 Navaratri: The goddess Durga, also known as Adi Parashakti, is honoured during the yearly Hindu festival of Navaratri. It takes place twice, once in the month of Ashwin and once in the month of Chaitra. It lasts for nine nights and ten days. Different regions of the Hindu religion commemorate and celebrate it in different ways. The excitement, celebration, amazement, and enjoyment that characterise the Indian holiday of Navratri are paramount. Navratri, which includes decorations for Navratri and wonderfully crafted Maa Durga statues. To add a little extra magic to Navratri, choose from the widest variety of Maa Durga idols and Navratri Puja Samagri online from

Raksha Bandhan: Rakhi is a Hindu festival honouring the unique bond between brothers and sisters. This annual celebration, which coincides with Shravana Purnima (the full moon of the Shravana month), holds a special place in Hindu culture. Sisters get the promise to protect for the rest of their lives by binding their brothers' wrists with thread during this ceremony. As a sweet gesture, brothers give their sisters gifts and other goodies.

Raksha Bandhan is on Wednesday, August 30, 2023, this year. will soon have something special to make this connection even more priceless for both brothers and sisters. If you live far away from your brother and wish to send him a rakhi for this auspicious occasion, you have come to the right place. You can use to send rakhi abroad to the USA, Canada, and the UK in addition to receiving nationwide online rakhi delivery in India. Designer rakhi, silver rakhi, and brilliant crystal rakhi are just a few of the varieties we offer.
Brothers, don't be concerned; you can choose from a wide variety of gifts. Simply choose the appropriate Rakhi gift for your sister, and we'll have it sent for her!

JANMASHTAMI: Janmashtami, or Krishnashtami, is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna. The Indian people celebrate Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna, with great enthusiasm and devotion. The eighth day of the darkfortnight in the month of Bhadon, or the Ashtami of Krishna Paksh, according to the Hindu timetable, is when this holyevent is to be observed. This day is September 6, 2023.
Because it's believed that Sri Krishna was born on a windy, stormy night to end his uncle Kansa's oppression and holocaust, Janmashtami is really observed at night. With spiritual singing and dancing, pujas, arti, conch blowing, and rocking the cradle of youthful Sri Krishna, this day is celebrated throughout India.
Laddu Gopal Singhasan, his resting bed, the special chowki where he lives and keeps watch over everyone, his awfulflute, and numerous other objects are among the variety of our effects. Among the particulars we give are Krishna laddu gopal poshaks, accessories with elaborate gota patti, and blob patterns.

 Ganesh Chaturthi: The jubilee of Ganesh Chaturthi commemorates the occasion of Lord Ganesh's birth. During Ganesh Chaturthi, Lord Ganesh is feted as the god of wisdom, riches, and wealth. Lord Ganesh is said to have been born on Shukla Paksha in the Bhadrapada month. The English timetable predicts that Ganesh Chaturthi will take place on September 19, 2023.

Lord Ganesha, who is both the most distinctive and powerful of all the gods, is the son of Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati. It's specifically encouraged to buy an exquisite and faultless statue of "Eco-Friendly Ganesha" from among the numerousbrass puja products available online. We've got a magnificient selection of Ganesha icons that are drafted entirely out of natural and organic materials. After all, it's our duty as Indian citizens to maintain the health of the ecosystem.
Ganesh Chaturthi's jubilee, known as Ganeshotsav, concludes on Anant Chaturdashi, frequently referred to as Ganesh Visarjan Day, after ten days. On Anant Chaturdashi, devotees do visarjan of the statue of Lord Ganesh in a water body or flowerpots outside their house following a huge road procession.

Karwa Chauth: All married Hindu women observe the fasting tradition of Karwa Chauth, a festival nine days before Diwali, in an effort to insure their husbands' lives and well-being. In the western and northern regions of India, particularly in Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat,M.P., and Uttar Pradesh, married Hindu ladies are largely fond of this festival.

Hindu women who are married devote the day to their consorts during the Karwa Chauth festival. Women who share in this festivity are generally referred to as Saubhagyavati, which is Hindi for" joyful and happy status of woman."

All married Hindu women observe the veritably significant Karwa Chauth festival. It starts shortly before dawn and stretches out after nighttime moon deification and prayer. Once the sun comes up, neither food nor water may be ingested. Only once the moon has been seen and all of the day's observances have been completed can the fast be broken. After offering water to the moon with a gorgeous Karwa Chauth thali, Channi Chalni, and lota created especially for this occasion, women break their fast when the moon appears.
On this occasion, women wear distinctive vestures. Newlyweds will dress in their marriage veils.

Diwali: Diwali,also known as Deepawali, is one of the most important festivals in India. Celebrated About two to three billion people worldwide; nearly a dozen nations formally declare it a public holiday. Nations apart from India include Singapore, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Nepal, and the UK.also hold huge carnivals. People followcustoms and take part in these carnivals. The festival for this time is listed for November 12, 2023.
Diwali is regarded as the most auspicious festival, particularly in India, when people worship Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi, beautify their homes with diyas, candles, and lights, put Laxmi charan, and make rangolis at their entrance doors. Puja thali, Lord Ganesha, and Lakshmi statues made of clay, terracotta, brass, gold, and silver, along with the basic puja requirements of roli chawal,camphor, janeu, etc.

At SATVIK, we have a wide range of rangoli colours, traditional and colourful diyas, statues, puja kits, and decorative items such as artificial marigold garlands and flowers, frills, torans, bandhanwars, candles, and return gifts for relatives and friends.